The week starts off with a lot of moving and shaking across the beauty biz. Pleasing, Harry Styles’ lifestyle brand, is bringing on Goop’s Chief Design and Merchandising Officer as its first CEO, Il Makiage’s parent company files to go public through an IPO, while Kering Beauté makes its first brand acquisition since launching four-months-ago. You can read all these stories and more in the links below.

Julia Fox is a BDSM Baddie in Isamaya’s New Campaign. Isamaya Ffrench is dropping her Industrial 2.0 collection, which includes a remix of her signature releases and a campaign starring Julia Fox as well as the makeup artist herself. (Hypebae)

Why Kering Chose Creed for Its First Big Beauty Acquisition. The deal is the first major acquisition for Kering’s four-month-old beauty division, and will join the company’s in-house perfume offering including Bottega Veneta, Balenciaga, Alexander McQueen, and more. (Business of Fashion)

Oddity, Il Makiage Parent Company, Files for IPO Amid Improving Public Market. The Israel-based beauty tech company reached a net revenue of $324 million in 2022, an increase of $110.6 million from the year before. (Glossy)

Harry Styles’ Pleasing Names Shaun Kearney First Chief Executive Officer. Effective July 17, Kearney will start as CEO at Pleasing, leaving his role as chief design and merchandising officer at Goop. (WWD)

Virtual Store Fronts are Expanding. ‘Avamalls’ Could Be Next. As more stores experiment with 3D virtual platforms, Forbes predicts the emergence of “avamalls”, a cyber community of various 3D virtual stories that can be accessed on digital platforms without the use of expensive headgear. (Forbes)

Salary Law Requires Transparency, Up to a Point. New York City’s salary transparency law went into effect seven months ago, requiring employers to disclose in job postings how much a particular job would pay. The Times asks if it’s making an impact and looks at its limitations in the face of gig work and bonuses. (The New York Times)

Why Stacy Greene’s Seminal Used Lipstick Photographs Still Resonate Today. 30 years on, Dazed revisits artist Stacy Greene’s iconic photographs of friends and strangers’ lipsticks, and why viewers are still enticed by them. (Dazed)